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Gilbert and Sullivan for all Ages Sunday Afternoon

Light Opera of New Jersey's Gilbert and Sullivan Outreach troupe will perform Sunday at 3 at Grace Madison

Sunday May 3 from 3-4 pm Grace Community Music presents a family-friendly Gilbert and Sullivan review, appropriate for kids (and grown-ups!); freewill donation at the door!

This costumed and staged show is presented by “Savoy Faire,” the Gilbert & Sullivan ensemble of featured artists from Light Opera of New Jersey, who are focused on community outreach. The primary goal of Savoy Faire is to educate and enlighten audiences of all ages while providing top-notch entertainment.

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They will be performing these favorites:

Pinafore: Why and Wherefore, A Simple Sailor

Pirates: Major General, Paradox*, Felon

Patience :So Go to Him

Princess Ida: I am a Maiden Cold*, Then Jump for Joy*

Mikado: Three Little Maids, Brightly Dawns, Here's a How De Do

Ruddigore: When the Night Wind, Matter Song

Gondoliers:Duke of Plaza Toro, Then one of us will be a queen*,Dance a Cachuca

The Grace Community Music concert series is dedicated to enriching the cultural life of the Madison area by presenting high quality concerts throughout the year at Grace Church, 4 Madison Ave. at Kings Rd, Madison NJ 07940. Dr. Anne J. Matlack, Artistic Director. For more information call 973-377-0106.

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